New Strategies for the New China

New Strategies for the New China

Business executives are now being forced to look at long-term operations in China with fresh eyes. It’s not the same country they entered 20 years ago with so much hope and ambition; the economy grew even faster for longer than anyone could have predicted. And yet, for many, the past 20 years of growth and change has brought considerable disappointment.

China today presents four challenges and opportunities, due to its success. In order for companies to continue on a successful path, or reverse disappointing results, we recommend making a hard, realistic set of decisions now that the shape of China’s future is far more clear.

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